Changed Traffic Conditions
There will be a half road closure of Hornibrook Esplanade from Oxley Avenue to Ted Smout Bridge on Sunday 23 April from 5:00am-12:00pm. Southbound lanes will be closed for the safety of our cyclists. Northbound lanes will still operate under traffic control and variable speeds. There will be no access to the Ted Smout Bridge via Hornibrook Esplanade. Access will be via Elizabeth Avenue only between 5am and 12pm.
Access on Hornibook Esplanade will be northbound ONLY. There will be no right turn from:
• Angus Street,
• Roland Street,
• Young Street,
• Thomas Street,
• Laura Street,
• Yacht Street,
• Maine Road,
• Thompson Crescent,
• Victoria Avenue, and
• Oxley Avenue.
Ted Smout Bridge will be completely closed on the southbound carriageway from 5am-12pm. The northbound lanes of Houghton Highway will operate under contra-flow and variable speed conditions. Drivers may still enter Hornibrook Esplanade from Houghton Highway and continue along Hornibrook Esplanade towards Oxley Avenue.
There will be no public access to Pelican Park from the Maine Road intersection or the Thomas Street intersection from 5am-12pm. The public boat ramp and associated car park will be closed from 5am-12pm to ensure the safety of our competitors and spectators. The main pathway between Pelican Park and Ted Smout Bridge will also be closed for triathletes on the run course. The pathway on the opposite side of the road will remain accessible.
If you have any queries regarding access and road closures, please contact Triathlon Queensland on (07) 3369 9600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ALTERNATE ON-ROAD CYCLING OPTION
For an alternate on-road cycling option while the Moreton Bay Triathlon is in progress click here.